Australian Construction Projects Database

NEXT EDITION DUE

June 2020

About the report

This Excel database service provides around 4,000 key projects and their year-by-year contributions to construction activity, past and forecast.

Australian Construction Projects Database provides a detailed listing of past and future projects, looking ahead ten years. A rigorously researched list, updated on a continuous basis, with expected value of work undertaken in each year. Provides an informed view of which projects are likely to go ahead and when.

Individual project information includes:

  • State & region (regions are ABS statistical areas)
  • Industry, sector and commodity
  • Project name, description, location
  • Ownership (client) & private or public sector
  • Value of work done on an annual basis from 2006 plus ten years of forecasts (year ended June)
  • Value of work commenced for the Resources sector and Building sector

The database is provided twice per year – June and November.

Database Coverage

The regions covered in the database:

  • NSW – Greater Sydney, Capital Region, Central West, Coffs Harbour-Grafton, Far West & Orana, Hunter Valley, Newcastle & Lake Macquarie, Illawarra, Southern Highlands & Shoalhaven, Mid North Coast, Murray, New England & North West, Richmond-Tweed, Riverina
  • Victoria – Greater Melbourne, Ballarat, Bendigo, Geelong, Hume, Latrobe-Gippsland, North West, Shepparton, Warrnambool & South West
  • Queensland – Greater Brisbane, Cairns, Darling Downs-Maranoa, Fitzroy, Gold Coast, Mackay, QLD-Outback, Sunshine Coast, Toowoomba, Townsville, Wide Bay
  • SA – Greater Adelaide, rest of state
  • WA – Greater Perth, Gascoyne, Mid-West, Pilbara, rest of state
  • Tasmania – Greater Hobart, rest of state
  • Northern Territory
  • Australian Capital Territory

Sectors Included:

  • Roads
  • Bridges
  • Railways
  • Ports
  • Water
  • Electricity
  • Gas
  • Minerals by sub-sector (oil and gas, coal, alumina/aluminium, other)
  • Other Heavy Industry
  • Non-residential building (15 segments including offices, retail & wholesale trade, factories, education, health, transport buildings)